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Happy Independence Day

Happy Independence Day

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Posted on Fri, Oct 01 2021

Independence Day is an official national holiday in Nigeria, celebrated on the first of October. It marks Nigeria's proclamation of independence from British rule on 1 October 1960.As Nigeria...

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How To Add Scheme, Lesson Plan and Lesson Note on Prodigy

How To Add Scheme, Lesson Plan and Lesson Note on Prodigy

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Posted on Wed, Sep 15 2021

A scheme of work defines the structure and content of an academic course. It splits an often-multi-year curriculum into deliverable units of work, each of a far shorter weeks'...

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How To Move Student From One Class Arm To Another

How To Move Student From One Class Arm To Another

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Posted on Tue, Sep 14 2021

For reasons best known to the head of school or class teacher, pupils/students can be moved from one arm to another arm. This action can be accomplished on Prodigy with few clicks.The steps below...

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Getting Started with School Scheme on Prodigy

Getting Started with School Scheme on Prodigy

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Posted on Tue, Sep 14 2021

A scheme of work is a plan that outlines all the learning or lessons to be covered over a given period of time (usually a term or an entire school year). A good and efficient teacher needs...

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Exploring Prodigy CBT for School External Examinations - A Short Guide

Exploring Prodigy CBT for School External Examinations - A Short Guide

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Posted on Tue, Sep 14 2021

PRODIGY CBT for school external examination offers an innovative approach to the administration, grading, and scaling of school online or offline external examinations. Examinations can be...

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Exploring Prodigy Mart - A parent guide

Exploring Prodigy Mart - A parent guide

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Posted on Mon, Sep 13 2021

Prodigy Mart is an online marketplace that features a cafeteria and store. The online marketplace offers parents the convenience of buying items such as food items from the school cafeteria,...

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